It’s been an exhausting few days of shoveling, but the Medford Farmers Market will once again be open for business on Thursday. If you’ve been surviving on canned goods and Wonder Bread since last Friday, we’ve got your antidote!
Plus, it will be Valentine’s Day! In addition to unique candies and sweets, the market will feature dozens of fresh ingredients for a delicious romantic dinner for you and your Sweetheart. Hope to see you there!
See you Thursday!
The Board of Directors of the Medford Farmers Market
Community Table Visitors This week’s community table
This winter, the Market is sponsoring a free table for various community organizations each week at the market.
This week, we have Salem Street Burying Ground. They are located in Medford Square, between Salem St. & Riverside Ave, Salem Street Burying Ground was originally the privateBurying Place for the Wade family in the late 1600s. It was acquired by the town of Medford by May of 1717. The earliest stone is marked 1683. The last burial took place in 1881. There are apparently over 600 people buriedhere, however there are only 485 markers. There are believed to be over 50 slave buried in unmarked graves. Transcriptions of the graves are available at the Medford Public Library and the Medford Historical Society, and online at Findagrave.com.
Give the gift of local goodies to your sweetheart or to yourself on this Valentine’s Day. These chocolate hearts from Heinselman Confections look amazing and I’m sure they taste even better than they look!
This week, we are so excited to welcome back The Medford Family Network! They will be offering children’s activities for the next 3 weeks, February 14, 21, and 28 @ 3:30 – 5:30pm. Come on down and let the kiddos have some “free play” with blocks, art materials, puzzles, hula hoops, parachute,and other fun things to do. You can also learn about upcoming classes and family events!
Par boil the potatoes with the carrot, parsnips for 10 minutes, then drain them and leave to cool.
Coarsely grate the par-cooked vegetables into a large bowl and stir in the grated zucchini, spring onions, flour, egg and seasoning.
Lightly oil a frying pan and cook the rosti mixture in small flat fritters or rostis and cook until crisp and golden on both sides. Flatten with a fish slice as they cook. They will need about 3-4 minutes on each side.
Stop by Coastal Vineyardsfor some Pinot Gris, that would complement this dish nicely!
We are conveinelty located in the garage of the Hyatt Place in Medford Square: 116 Riverside Ave. Medford, MA 02155.
Click here for directions from your home or office to the market using Google maps. And when you get to the Hyatt, take the elevator down to the garage or “P” level. Click here for the video instructions!